This volcano is easy to hike. I wasn't in decent shoes but you're on a paved path the entire time, unless you go down in the caldera. Also, I was sick and made it to the top, so if you ever want to be on top of a volcano, this is a good choice.
The drive up was pretty slow and took nearly an hour to the gate where you can park and continue walking. The road will fork later. Each goes to a different set of cell phone towers on opposite rims of the crater. The road that goes to the right ends up closer to the spine if you want to hike down to it and climb it. But neither side is far away.
The first photo is from the rim and looking across the crater to the other set of towers. The other is down the volcano.